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Hunger & Poverty

Agents of change in Nigeria

Although Nigeria ranks among Africa’s richest nations, Ohel Swade would never know it.

Cultivating hope and resiliency in South Sudan

Nyapan Gai no longer goes to sleep hungry. The widowed mother of six children, whom prevailing customs and societal traditions prevented from inheriting her late husband’s cattle, had no choice but to work whatever jobs she could find to feed her family.

Returning to the land

People of color find healing in working the land, which has historically been associated with slavery and picking produce for low wages.

Rural poverty webinar coming in March

Rural poverty will be the focus of the March 10 installment of “The Struggle is Real,” a virtual discussion series by the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP).

Bringing Earth care to Hispanic-Latina churches

Representatives from various Hispanic-Latina churches were introduced to the Presbyterian Hunger Program’s Earth care programming this week as part of a series of educational talks called “New Year, Earth Renewed” or “Año nuevo, Tierra renovada.”

Reimagining the ‘Charity Garden’

This new column will explore how food intersects with faith around issues of justice, race, ecology, poverty and more.

Combatting climate change with new ways to do food

Presbyterian Hunger Program staffer promotes alternative options by Darla Carter| Presbyterian News Service LOUISVILLE ­— Could changing the way food is produced in this country and beyond lead to a better, healthier environment and improve a whole host of social problems? Andrew Kang Bartlett, National Associate for the Presbyterian Hunger Program, raised that possibility during… Read more »